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How well do you know our city? Learn about the quintessential, random, and occasionally infuriating things that make Edmonton, Edmonton. One story a week, about the city we love. Hosted by Clare Bonnyman, every Wednesday.
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Locked On Oilers - Daily Podcast On The Edmonton Oilers

Locked On Podcast Network, Austin Harrison

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Locked On Oilers podcast is the daily podcast that drops the puck and keeps you ahead of the game and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Edmonton Oilers and the National Hockey League. Hosted by Austin Harrison, the Locked On Oilers podcast provides your daily fix of the Orange and Blue with expert opinions, local analysis, and coverage of all aspects of the Oilers franchise. Locked On Oilers takes you beyond the ice for the inside scoops on the biggest sto ...
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Economic Development Matters is a podcast presented by Edmonton Global, the economic development agency for the Edmonton Metropolitan Region in Alberta, Canada. It is a platform to discuss strategies for investment attraction, how to be globally competitive, and other matters related to economic development and growth. Hosted by Brianna Morris and Sherri Bouslama.
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Entrepreneurs of Edmonton

Matthew Donnelly & Chad Banman

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Join Chad Banman and Matthew Donnelly as they reveal all the success stories and near tragedies facing entrepreneurs in Edmonton, AB. Discover the biggest failures entrepreneurs make and the decisions leading up to some of those make it or break it moments through stories and interviews of local entrepreneurs. Through these interviews you'll learn about building a team & hiring practices, management strategies, creating the right culture, sales strategies, marketing initiatives, cashflow man ...
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Bob Stauffer: "Big Shows Deal With Big Issues" | Dave Sirus: "The ONLY show that corners the market of the extremely highfalutin hockey fan"| Moms Everywhere: "Why don't you get a real job, meet a nice girl???" | Jack Michaels: "The Greatest Game of All Time, On Any System, EVER, Was Sega Genesis NHL 94" | Join the High Priest of Oilers Magic, The Secret Professor, and a veritable ***cavalcade*** of guests as they talk about The Coolest Team in Sports!!! Twitter: @highpriestoil | @handkerchi ...
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From the Vaults: Audio from Edmonton’s Past is a bi-weekly podcast that explores the early history of Edmonton through digitized audio recordings preserved in the City of Edmonton Archives. These recordings were made by the people who helped shape Edmonton and who bore witness to the community’s growth throughout the early twentieth century. Wearing headphones to listen is highly recommended!
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Welcome to the Flavorful Voyage: The Taste of Edmonton Podcast - a podcast that invites you on a captivating auditory excursion into the extraordinary culinary landscape of Edmonton's 2023 event. Immerse yourself in our episodes as we unveil Edmonton's gastronomic masterpieces, featuring insightful dialogues with ardent food enthusiasts, internationally recognized chefs, and unwavering culinary professionals who shape the city's thriving food culture. Our narrative peels back the layers of t ...
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In neighbourhoods all over Edmonton you can see the growth of the craft beer industry. So what is our craft beer identity? Host Clare Bonnyman grabs a pint with beer educator Jason Foster and brewer Chelsea Tessier to learn about how these (mostly) small businesses are navigating a challenging landscape.…
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This week we’re taking spring break, and sharing an episode about coyotes from our colleagues at This Is Calgary. Coyotes are a problem we know well in Edmonton, and as we enter pup-raising season it’s a good reminder to take care around our scruffy neighbours. Calgary podcast host Anis Heydari speaks to an Alberta coyote expert about how we can co…
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Edmonton has a long history of creating high-quality art, music, television and literature for kids. But what does it actually take to make content that resonates with fans of all ages? And what makes Edmontonians so good at it? Host Clare Bonnyman sits down with two experts in the matter — Juno-nominated musician Beppie and playwright and author M…
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Elks head coach and G.M Chris Jones and Asst. G.M. Geroy Simon from the CFL Combine in Winnipeg discuss the pressure to win in 2024, which position is the deepest in this year's draft, Tre Ford's future, and owning the 1st overall pick.De către CHED / Curiouscast
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Edmonton has had a weird winter and spring hasn’t even started yet. Already the province is preparing for drought, wildfire season and whatever the weather might throw at us. CBC’s climate reporter Stephanie Cram joins host Clare Bonnyman to look at the forecast, and then Clare heads to Gold Bar Park to meet with a University of Alberta researcher …
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The Edmonton Oilers have traded a first-round pick and a fifth-round pick to the Anaheim Ducks for forwards Adam Henrique and Sam Carrick as well as a seventh-round pick. New Locked On Oilers host Austin Harrison joins Gil Martin of Locked On NHL to talk about what the deal means for the surging Oilers.…
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Edmonton’s condo market is well … different. As real estate markets heat up across the country our apartment-style condos remain some of the most affordable in Canada. Host Clare Bonnyman meets with a local real estate agent in one of these condos to find out what they’re seeing. Plus, CBC business reporter Madeline Smith looks at why we’re seeing …
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There are a thousand different ways to work out, but the biggest trend in fitness right now is less about exercise and more about movement. Host Clare Bonnyman explores how scientists and researchers are looking at movement’s ability to support patients through things like cancer. Plus, Bonnyman visits Edmonton’s Antidote Movement Club, to see what…
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In honour of Valentine’s day host Clare Bonnyman and guest host Tahirih Foroozan dig into an overlooked, and underappreciated relationship status: being single. Where do our stereotypes around being single come from? And what kind of pressures face the more than 30 percent of Edmontonians who happen to be single right now?…
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Today's episode features Doris Lawton. Lawton goes into detail about her experience in school and about getting a job after graduating. These interviews were recorded in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. Both social attitudes and language standards have changed since that time. Some opinions expressed and language used may be offensive to listeners today.…
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New proposed policies from the Alberta Government would mean sweeping changes to medical care for trans youth, and inclusion policies in schools. Part of the argument, is the rights of parents to know and have a say in their child’s education and healthcare. But what are parental rights? And is it that simple? Host Clare Bonnyman digs into perspect…
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Today's interview features Irene Richards, another resident of Old Strathcona. Richards, having lived on a farm outside of Strathcona, describes her experience working on her parent's dairy farm and the growth of her local church community. These interviews were recorded in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. Both social attitudes and language standards have …
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Edmonton is home to a lot of public art, installations and murals that range from contentious to celebrated. What does it take to keep our public art shiny and attractive? And how did a private mural downtown become one of the most infamous walls in the city? In the first episode of This Is Edmonton, host Clare Bonnyman tries to answer the question…
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Today's episode features an interview of Helen Taylor. Taylor describes her experience of Strathcona after the Second World War and the enormous post-war growth of the area. These interviews were recorded in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. Both social attitudes and language standards have changed since that time. Some opinions expressed and language used …
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